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here

(At a specific point), adverb at this juncture, at this place, at this point, at this point in time, at this spot, at this time, at this very moment, now, now precisely at this point, precisely at a point, quickly, right away, right here, within reach, without delay
See also: current, present
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Screenwriter Peter Morgan, whose films include the recent fact-based dramas The Queen, Frost/Nixon and The Last King of Scotland, recalls being ambivalent while writing how Hereafter portrays the hereafter.
A Cry From The Womb cannot be neatly categorized as a pro-choice or pro-life book; though the author believes very strongly in the souls of the unborn and speaks of the negative impact abortion can have on both this life and the hereafter, the author also believes firmly that no woman should ever be forced to carry out a pregnancy.
If a corporation ccan avoid punishment here," Bryan reasoned, "it need not worry about the hereafter.
If a believer does all this for the sake of Allh The Almighty, he will receive more in the world and the Hereafter, as confirmed by Allh The Almighty when He Says (what means): {And [remember] when your Lord proclaimed, 'If you are grateful, I will surely Increase you [in favor]; but if you deny, indeed, My punishment is severe'"} [Quran 14:7] One must be satisfied with a little portion of this world, seek the Hereafter, have aversion to the abode of arrogance in order to have the signs of the love and good pleasure of Allh The Almighty visible on him.